Applications are due January 15, 2018.
A new course this spring challenges students to locate themselves as both targets and practitioners of public diplomacy.
If you missed our November 6 event, take a look at this Storify to see some of the highlights.
A look at the "Reimagining U.S. Mexico Relations" project from the U.S.-Mexico Network @ USC.
Ten faculty members from beyond USC are added for the first time since the program's reconfiguration.
"Institutions like USC and its CPD can increasingly provide the three C’s of public diplomacy: Crossroads, conversations, and culture," says Rob Asghar.
Skateboarders can often be proudly stupid. We relish in action, not thought. So whenever someone starts talking about how skateboarding can be a passport to connect with people across cultures, or starts going off about the power skating can have for the marginalized, we’re often quick to get defensive and write off such thoughts as self-serious pretention.
One USC professor's engineering diplomacy course captures the increasing importance of science and technology in statecraft.